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Tag: Poets

  • Find Me Here

    Sadje’s What do You see #47 – Keep it Alive  A blank paper, some paint,and a whole bottle of rum to start with.Long night of drunken musings,color blotted fingers and messy tables.Weird imaginations to fathom,all colored with shades untouched.Deep rooted desires and flaming thoughts,blood shot eyes and dark circles.Do not imagine me as the white […]

  • Pomegranate Seeds

    FreeVerseRevolution – Pomegranate Seeds– September Writing Prompt #2 Again late for the post !!things here are getting super busy and I keep missing the prompts !!! On a lonely night, my eyes are fixed,on a single pomegranate- probablythe last one of the season.The crescent moon shines uponthe thick skin of the fruit,causing the fall of […]

  • Piece of Soul

    Thursday Photo Prompt from Sue Vincent In search of the missing piece of my soul,I stroll into the night as a weary traveler,only to be stopped at the banks of a stretchreaching out to the heart of the river.The water at a trance  – a gifted state-gulping down the blue wine being pouredfrom the Silver […]

  • Blooming Bleeding Heart

    MLMM – Photo Challenge #330Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Tree of Life Free Verse Revolution – September Writing Prompt – EMBALMI was late for this submission !! Missed the spot this time… !!! A bleeding heart shall bloom this spring,with memories of last winter as patchesall over the red throbbing body.It shall be the color blue,and […]

  • At Home With Death

    This is a poem that I wrote for the theme ” AFTER LIFE” , which is the theme for the month of September on Free Verse Revolution. Everyday the blog will publish one poem each, based on the given theme, from writers across.I too tried writing on the theme and it has been published on […]

  • A Wedding Dress

    MLMM Saturday Mix – Double Take The ‘Double Take’ challenge focuses on the use of homophones* to build your writing piece. You have two sets of homophones and you are challenged to use all of them in your response – which can be poetry or prose.Our homophone sets this week are:aisle – walkwayI’ll – contraction of “I […]

  • Day, Night and their Love

    Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Night meets Day The day dawned as usual,but amiss was somethingNot as bright as every day,and not as yellow as he used to be.Shadows of gloom conceived,and clouds of grey encroached.None knew the reason,not even the birds of sky.Thunders dropped andlightening flashed andhe was too restless.Rays of sun heavy with grief,lacked […]

  • Grey Thoughts

    For MTB: Stream of Consciousness Writing from dVerse Poets Life’s incessant tapestrygoes on and on, no halt.Lucid dreams but in black, and white is only the moon.My thoughts, but in greyhover in the skies aswandering clouds in grim unable to decide whether and where,to drizzle or to rain or to storm.In doubt of what will sprout,after […]

  • Love in the Dark

    This was written for August Prompt #2 on Free Verse Revolution.I stumbled upon this beautiful website and then was going through the contents when I saw the prompt “Love in the Dark”. Without second thoughts, I started writing and sent the poem. And to my delight, it has been chosen as one of the best […]

  • Tufts of Dreams

    For Sue’s Thursday Photo Prompt – Clouded – #writephoto For the tufts of clouds were dreamy,the white harbingers of happiness.Gently casting shadows o imaginations,on the far stretch of the green moor,bringing into life hares and deer ,and a land of wild fantasies. A steady rhythm of gentleness,an air of calmness and an ever changing perimeter […]

  • My Colors

    For Sadje’s What Do you See #42 Come, fall in love with my colors,I have one for every reason,adorned upon my sublime body,but hidden in the absence of light. Come, choose your color of like,for them in me shall never dry up.Over a lifetime of casting spells,Have I collected much more to the stock. They […]

  • Footprint Tableau

    For MLMM – Saturday Mix – Lucky Dip – Aug 8,2020 Again a new form – a Tableau 🙂 The TableauThe Tableau, a poetry form created by Emily Romano in October of 2008, consists of one or more verses, each having six lines. Each line should have five beats. There is no set rhyme scheme, […]

  • August

    Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – AUGUST August has a charm you see,Ties up summer and fall for life.As a bridge it stays between,yellow and orange through seasons.Autumn lingers in the summer winds,raising hope for the trees to shed ,the ones fed up with the baking. Heat of summer sun,melting icy Popsicles, onlyto stain the prettiest of […]

  • Storms and Me

    Penable Thursday Poetry Competition – STORMS Raging storms have all gone by,Bending and breaking the whole of me.I have shivered, I have trembled,Wandered and got lost in the tempest.My ship has sunk and settled down,At the dark bottoms of rough violent seas,where something called light was unheard.I have seen death, I have been shattered,the dark […]

  • Field of Blooms

    Tried writing a Rondelet for the first time.Ronovan has all the details 🙂 🙂 He explains the rules in a simple way as below. There are seven lines.One line appears three times. In lines 1, 3, and 7. Keep that in mind, because those lines need to make sense throughout the poem. It’s easier than […]